Scott completed his Articles with the firm before returning as an associate after his call to the Bar in 2023. As an Articling Student, Scott gained a wide range of experience in all areas of Family Law and made important contributions to academic papers at the firm.
As an advocate, Scott is compassionate and appreciates that every client comes with their own unique experiences. Scott believes in a thorough, precise, and logical approach to advising and meeting the specific goals of each client. He enjoys the intellectual challenge presented by complex legal issues.
Scott received his J.D. from Queen’s University. While at law school, he was named to the Dean’s Honour List and received the Global Law Scholarship for his studies at Bader College, where he earned his Certificate in Public International Law. Scott received a Public Interest Internship Award for his summer working as a Debwewin Summer Law Student at Nokiiwin Tribal Council, where he provided a public legal education session on An Act Respecting First Nations, Métis and Inuit Children Youth and Families. In law school, Scott participated in the Kawaskimhon National Moot, which focuses on consensus-building in the context of Indigenous legal orders, federal and provincial legislation, and international law.
Prior to law school, Scott received his Honours Specialization in History, B.A. (hons), from the University of Western Ontario. As an undergraduate, Scott was named to the Dean’s Honour List and focused his studies on the development of international human rights laws in the 20th century. Before University, Scott attended Lakefield College School.